BROOKE RODGERS, 1, of Agua Fria drives down the court Nov. 25 with the help of a pick from teammate Jerri King on Maricopa’s Clara Morris. Rodgers was the Lady Owls’ third leading scorer as they took the consolation championship of the Scorpion Shootout. View photo by Mike Rincon
BROOKE RODGERS, 1, of Agua Fria drives down the court Nov. 25 with the help of a pick from teammate Jerri King on Maricopa’s Clara Morris. Rodgers was the Lady Owls’ third leading scorer as they took the consolation championship of the Scorpion Shootout. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Agua Fria starting 2 sophomores, 1 freshman Agua Fria’s girls basketball team is young, but that youth has a lot of spark. The Lady Owls used that to win the consolation championship of the Scorpion Shootout Nov. 25-26 at Desert Edge High School. Agua Fria topped Glendale Copper Canyon 37-... + continue reading
EBONY JOHNSON, bottom right, of Verrado battles for the ball Nov. 25 with Gila Ridge’s Kiyah Stewart. The Lady Vipers lost the first two games of the Scorpion Shootout, but won their last two.  View photo by Mike Rincon
EBONY JOHNSON, bottom right, of Verrado battles for the ball Nov. 25 with Gila Ridge’s Kiyah Stewart. The Lady Vipers lost the first two games of the Scorpion Shootout, but won their last two. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Lady Vipers build momentum as tournament progresses Verrado’s girls basketball team had a rough opening day to the Scorpion Shootout Nov. 25-26 at Desert Edge High School, but the Lady Vipers bounced back to win both their games the second day of the tournament, finishing 2-2. Verrado coach... + continue reading
TYLER VASKO, 10, of Westview stiff arms a Desert Ridge defender Nov. 4 during the first round of the 6A state playoffs. Vasko was named the Southwest Region Player of the Year after recording 2,055 yards and 23 touchdowns.  View photo by Mike Rincon
TYLER VASKO, 10, of Westview stiff arms a Desert Ridge defender Nov. 4 during the first round of the 6A state playoffs. Vasko was named the Southwest Region Player of the Year after recording 2,055 yards and 23 touchdowns. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Vasko named Southwest Region Player of Year Westview, Millennium, Tolleson and La Joya football each had players named to the Arizona Interscholastic Association's 6A Southwest Conference all-region first and second teams for the 2016 season. Westview coach Nick Gehrts, Coach of the Year, and... + continue reading
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS is read aloud during last year’s Winterfest holiday celebration in Avondale. This year’s event is set for 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday along Western Avenue in Historic Avondale. View photo by Jordan Christopher
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS is read aloud during last year’s Winterfest holiday celebration in Avondale. This year’s event is set for 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday along Western Avenue in Historic Avondale. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Event set for Saturday evening along Western Avenue Avondale will slide into the holidays with a festival that includes Santa, lights, snow and a giant slide. The city’s annual Winterfest will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday along Western Avenue in Historic Avondale. New this year, a 60-foot... + continue reading
LULA CHAN, 48, of Goodyear appears on The Price is Right Nov. 7 with host Drew Carey. Chan won a new car playing the game “The Switcheroo.” Photo courtesy of CBS
LULA CHAN, 48, of Goodyear appears on The Price is Right Nov. 7 with host Drew Carey. Chan won a new car playing the game “The Switcheroo.” Photo courtesy of Fremantle Media North America.
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Goodyear woman wins new car on The Price is Right A Goodyear woman recently drove away a winner from The Price is Right. “I was very, very surprised. I thought I felt a spirit for a minute. I just had to thank Jesus and I took off running,” 48-year-old Lula Chan said. Growing up,... + continue reading
BROOKE RODGERS, 1, of Agua Fria drives down the court Nov. 25 with the help of a pick from teammate Jerri King on Maricopa’s Clara Morris. Rodgers was the Lady Owls’ third leading scorer as they took the consolation championship of the Scorpion Shootout. View photo by Mike Rincon
BROOKE RODGERS, 1, of Agua Fria drives down the court Nov. 25 with the help of a pick from teammate Jerri King on Maricopa’s Clara Morris. Rodgers was the Lady Owls’ third leading scorer as they took the consolation championship of the Scorpion Shootout. View photo by Mike Rincon
EBONY JOHNSON, bottom right, of Verrado battles for the ball Nov. 25 with Gila Ridge’s Kiyah Stewart. The Lady Vipers lost the first two games of the Scorpion Shootout, but won their last two.  View photo by Mike Rincon
EBONY JOHNSON, bottom right, of Verrado battles for the ball Nov. 25 with Gila Ridge’s Kiyah Stewart. The Lady Vipers lost the first two games of the Scorpion Shootout, but won their last two. View photo by Mike Rincon
TYLER VASKO, 10, of Westview stiff arms a Desert Ridge defender Nov. 4 during the first round of the 6A state playoffs. Vasko was named the Southwest Region Player of the Year after recording 2,055 yards and 23 touchdowns.  View photo by Mike Rincon
TYLER VASKO, 10, of Westview stiff arms a Desert Ridge defender Nov. 4 during the first round of the 6A state playoffs. Vasko was named the Southwest Region Player of the Year after recording 2,055 yards and 23 touchdowns. View photo by Mike Rincon
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS is read aloud during last year’s Winterfest holiday celebration in Avondale. This year’s event is set for 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday along Western Avenue in Historic Avondale. View photo by Jordan Christopher
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS is read aloud during last year’s Winterfest holiday celebration in Avondale. This year’s event is set for 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday along Western Avenue in Historic Avondale. View photo by Jordan Christopher
LULA CHAN, 48, of Goodyear appears on The Price is Right Nov. 7 with host Drew Carey. Chan won a new car playing the game “The Switcheroo.” Photo courtesy of CBS
LULA CHAN, 48, of Goodyear appears on The Price is Right Nov. 7 with host Drew Carey. Chan won a new car playing the game “The Switcheroo.” Photo courtesy of Fremantle Media North America.

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TYLER VASKO, 10, of Westview stiff arms a Desert Ridge defender Nov. 4 during the first round of the 6A state playoffs. Vasko was named the Southwest Region Player of the Year after recording 2,055 yards and 23 touchdowns.  View photo by Mike Rincon
TYLER VASKO, 10, of Westview stiff arms a Desert Ridge defender Nov. 4 during the first round of the 6A state playoffs. Vasko was named the Southwest Region Player of the Year after recording 2,055 yards and 23 touchdowns. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Vasko named Southwest Region Player of Year Westview, Millennium, Tolleson and La Joya football each had players named to the Arizona Interscholastic Association's 6A Southwest Conference all-... + continue reading
EBONY JOHNSON, bottom right, of Verrado battles for the ball Nov. 25 with Gila Ridge’s Kiyah Stewart. The Lady Vipers lost the first two games of the Scorpion Shootout, but won their last two.  View photo by Mike Rincon
EBONY JOHNSON, bottom right, of Verrado battles for the ball Nov. 25 with Gila Ridge’s Kiyah Stewart. The Lady Vipers lost the first two games of the Scorpion Shootout, but won their last two. View photo by Mike Rincon
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BROOKE RODGERS, 1, of Agua Fria drives down the court Nov. 25 with the help of a pick from teammate Jerri King on Maricopa’s Clara Morris. Rodgers was the Lady Owls’ third leading scorer as they took the consolation championship of the Scorpion Shootout. View photo by Mike Rincon
BROOKE RODGERS, 1, of Agua Fria drives down the court Nov. 25 with the help of a pick from teammate Jerri King on Maricopa’s Clara Morris. Rodgers was the Lady Owls’ third leading scorer as they took the consolation championship of the Scorpion Shootout. View photo by Mike Rincon
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